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title: 'The Hickman courier. (Hickman, Ky.) 1859-current, March 03, 1910, Image 4',
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Offer this week some unusual values in Mill Remnants of Neiu Spring Goods, at prices
of just about one-half of their regular selling prices.
12 Red Seal Ginghams at
25c Fine Mercerised Waistings at
15c and 20c Lawns at
7c Bleach Domestic at
6c Gc Calico at ..
12 c Lonsdale Cambric and Bleach Domestic... 8 c
7c Check Gingham at 5c
20c White Goods, figured, at.
Also Indian Head Suitings, Zephyr Ginghams, Dress Ginghams, Cheviots, Wide Shcctins, etc, nil under price.
Here Are Bargains
which we picked up under value
and have thrown on our counters
at remarkably low prices.
1.50 Gowns at 98c
75c Corset Covers at 48c
35c Corset Covers at 25c
25c Corset Covers at 15c
25c Drawers at 15c
25c Table Oil Cloth at 15c
35c Red Table Linen at 26c
35c White Table Linen .22c
35c Window Shades at 25c
Cotton Batting at 8c
ipuSr No. 4
14 Quart Enameled
On Sale SATURDAY MORN
ING at 11 o'clock.
No telephone orders accepted
Closing Out Prices
On Pnnts, Child's Suits, Conts,
Hats, Shirts, Collars, Tics, etc.,
arc almost like giving them awny
1.00 for Men's and Boys Coats
from 15.00 suits.
1.00 for Mens and Boys $2 Pants
1.50 for Mens and Boys $3 Pants
1.50 for choice of Boys Knee
Suits worth $5 and $6
1.98 for any S3 Hat in the house
Cluett's 1.50 Shirts for 1.15
Monarch 1.00 Shirts for 75c
Any 50c Tie for 25c
Arrow Brand 15c Collars for 10c
Our Ten Cent Counters
Must be seen to be appreciated. You'll be surprised at the number and variety of articles shown here
at I Oc, many of which bring as much as a quarter. We are continually getting new things for these
10c counters, and this week, among other good things, show
Sleeve Boards, a big seller at 10c J Toasters, something new and specially good 10c
Nickeled Bath Room Fixtures, each 10c I Rubber Plate Scrapers, a good thing at 10c
Nickeled Tooth Brush Holders, Soap Stands, Soap Racks, Towel Rods, Toilet Paper Holders, each . 10c
DON'T LIKE MOORE.
Soino oiio Is dlspleabod with tlio
course of Hon. l S. Moore, of this
city, as to Ills action as a member of
of tlio legislature, and lias uddrobsed
him a threatening letter according to
The Courier-Journal nays:
"Mr. Moore bays he, has euough of
tho pcrscut Legislature aud that ho
Is going to leave Frankfort In about
ten days to stay, lie has business
in Fulton which is calling him homo
and ho will got indefinite leavo of
absence so that ho can go homo aud
slay and conio back In linio to sec
tho final act in tho Legislative ses
sion. Of course hu scoffs, at the luea
that the threatening letter has any
thing to do with his leaving Frank
fort, at the same tizuo it is plain
that ho Is worried. Mr. Moore says
he has done nothing wicked at the
present session, except vote ugulnst
tho auoptlou of the Legislative Di
gest, and he cannot uuuginu why he
Is made tho object of a threatening
letter from even a crazy pursou.
"It Is probable that other jneuibers
of tho Legislature huve received
threatening letters from tiro author
of Mr. Moore's letters, but these
members have kept quiet about it
nud huvo not told anybody that they
wore threatened with many strlpeB.
It Is probable that an offort .will be
juado, through tho postal authorities,
to try to fiud out who wrote the au
ouynious letters aud it the author is
discovered, he or she "will bo prose
Cairo, after tho chief Industry, the
saloon dives, wero closud by murtlul
law, quieted down. Uut tho germ of
tho disease, tho same old nogro-pko-bla,
still remains tho white man's
burden. Tho old Northern phrase
"All bohd or all free" has been up
planted by the truer oplgrum " Ml
white or all coou." Aaid tho deudb,
racial fight winds up temporarily with
tho latter quotation on top, with tin
Sheriff and an Ignorant, lncompotew
Sucker Governor dumped Jn for good
Jesse Tantiohlll, formerly pitcher
for the Washington base ball club,
and wife, aru spending several days
at the club house at Heelfoot Lake,
guests of Joe Cuiitlllon. J
The Standard Oil Company has de
clared a quarterly dividend Monday
of $15 per share. Mr. Rockefeller's
share of tho earnings of tho company
for throe months was $4,050,000.00.
Since 1S38 Mr. Rockefeller's holdings
in the company havo brought him In
$118,179,440. Tho most that may be
said as complimentary Is that a few
funerals of the Hockeys might holp
politically and morally hi the natural
order of things.
MIsb Virginia I'rather ontcrtalned
a few friends at "bridge" Thursday
evening. A salad course was serv
ed. Those present were Mr. and Mrs
J. C. Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Kennedy, Miss Ireno Forls, Messrs.
Gus Alexander and Edward I'rather
Agent Fowler, of the M & O . at
Cayce. was fined $2 and coits In Esq.
Williams' court, Tuesday, charged
with breach of tho peace. He was
recently married and a charivari par
ty attempted to show Mr. Fowler a
"good time," but ho held them at
bay with his gun, which resulted In
his arrest. Tho caso was reduced to
breach of tho pence because ha was
entitled to carry a gun, being in the
employ of an express company. He
was dofended by Judge Hemley and
prosecuted by County Attorney Konoy
John Adams Is expected to arrive
hero about the 15th. Ik nnd his
brother, Ed, will bo partners In
now plumbing and tinning establish
The New Spring Hats
Are ready for your choosing.
A Beautiful Line.
THE VERY NOBBIEST SHAPES IN ALL
COLORS AND STYLES
Millet & Alexander
Guy Hall went to Charleston, Sat
Digger Hall was In Charleston, Sat
urday. J. O. King went to Uayotivllle on
J. O. King was In Charleston, Sat
urday, on business.
John Fletcher visited In Martin,
Snturdny nnd Sunday.
English Ijwrenco, of East I'rnlrle,
had buslnoss hero last wtk.
A. II. Henderson, or Medley, wns
horo on business last Wednesday.
IjslIo Stoker and Thunnan Pick
ett, of Hickman, worn hero Sunday.
Craig Lawrence, of Hickman, spsnt
Monday night with his alitor, Mrs. J.
Mrs. 11. C. White, of Gum Wood
Vnlley, was tho guest of Mrs. Joel
lah 1'olhamus Woduenday.
The young people of this burg www
badly disappointed Saturday night
they Intended to havo a storm iHirty
at the home of Mrs. Juo. Dirk, but
the rain kept them away.
Guy Hall gavo a "tacky" party at
his home on Washington's birthday
All seemed to enjoy themselves, and
Miss Myrtle King and Albert Ilnrn
lilll were awarded the take for h
Toll mo Dorona Is not It. There's
a young lady from Hickman, who has !
teen visiting horo two week and says
sho Is going to stay.. Now, we will
leave her nnnio for you to guess. We
wonder who Is so attractive.
With my grocorles on and nfter
tho 8th of this month. I will handle
a general line of Hardware like the'
Old Aiuhorg establishment used to
have, and you know the old saying
"What you can't find at Amberg h.
you need not go elsewhere, as lie
...in i. ... . . .. ....
win nuvu wnui you can tor. when
In need of Hardware or Groceries.
call and see mo before you purchase
elsewhere, ns 1 think I tan pleuse
you in every respect. I know 1 can
In tho quality of tho goods.
Don't forget Hint I will hnve my
Amberg Fuvorlto Sugar Houso Molns-
sos ln all size cans for this summer'
ami will prove Just as good as they
wero In barrels during tho winter
I urn agent for the Oliver Tynrwrlt
J. L. AMIIEIIO
m.iim.i..(i .... mh tnE-fr-M,,,,,,, i
A. H. Owen spout Sunday In Mo-
Kenilo, with home folks.
For Knstcr flowers, seo or tele-
phono Miss llonnlo Carpenter.
Tho U I). U. will meet with Miss
N'ell Ilogern noxt Tuesday nfternoon.
Iluy your groceries from tho I lick
man Grocery Co., and save 6 per
Mrs. W. A. lllnshnw, who has been
dangerously III, Is able to bo up
Miss Eva May Jolly, of Mnrlln, vis
ited .M bines .Nannie nnd Hnxel Meth-
uy this week.
Caldwell A Clny opened their now
blacksuillh shop Monday In tho old
II L Gray stnnd.
Save on your shingle bill by buy.
Ing dlrtct from our mill, Yates &
Kirk Shingle Co.
Ic' cream, hot and cold drinks and
verytiilng In tho soda water lino as
good ns can bo found anywhoro
Mrs. Hattlo Hopor and children, of
near Woodland, visited J. It. llrown
and ' family the latter part of th
llobt. Saddlor, who has been quite
sick at tho home of J no. Hynn, In
Went Hickman, loft Friday for tils
borne near Martin.
Clip uut iSc Homo Telephone dl
rectory in this Iwtue nud hang up
ii' -nr your phono. Whim the, weather
opens up the company cuu Install
phone for which they have orders,
the list will bo nearly doubled.
Men's clothes seem to run protty
sttongly to grays this spring though
a lot of blue suits arc seen. Smith
& Amberg tell us that Hart Sohaff-
iut &. Marx lino has some very
beautiful fair Urn to. be- seen nnd
worn this season.
Miss Stella Anderson, of the Pad-
u ah High School, was adjudged win
in r of the third Annual Contest, en
gaged in by the West Kentucky Ora
torlt.nl Lcaguo, Friday night. Her
subject was, "Tho Ideals of the Old
and New South." The contest was
pulled off nt 1'nducah.
W J. Harper told a fine farm of
106 acres In Lake county, one mllo
from Tlptonvlllu. last week, tn Jix
Parks and It. C. Donaldson for the
sum of 1 10.619. He then purchased
the Conner farm, from M rs. Geo. Con
ner aud hslrs, on No. 9 lake. In thl
county. Tlio latter placo contains 208
acres, for which ho paid $10,000
It Is expected that $t.GOO,000 will
ixi distributed nt once to claimants
against the Southern Mutual Invest
ment Company, ns a result of the con
flrmnttuii of the report of J no. 0.
Hogur. the receiver, by the Circuit
court In Islington. This will be
some consolation to several Hlsk
manlles. All Is not gold that glitters.
Ion Wednesday. ' a 0a
CowRlll'. Drug Btote I.
place you can get ItKo "
Uuy your groceries at tho m ,.
(Irnr.irv I',. ..... " l ln0 Hlclcm
James Caiuni.. i. .
Mrs, Iaiiii 8du
Miss llunnte fan
lug tho Joy Floral 1 1 ,
urders for floiT
known litM 0 luu , . v
...... . -lie.
iiuj- ni uitt nenti- of i,, , t
Will Justice ai..i v . ..
fined In Jmls Id ii,.. ,
our last html in..
oi ill pwoe.
The first spring Uj ,
llf In bUfttlMVS , j t , .
sro piiKiug up li,
lllekmnii's twiim t y
Jat. WhH weui i,, i .
to buy a Mck of k
new store, whkii w, t
W'mt lltckliWH in u I
imphls to nti. nd .-, UlS
U'O Compbell w. ,.i .. i, . .
- 1 L .
r homo hi Khi ii,.ku ,. . "
Joe Cnntlllon went to Chlcaito one
day last week to attend the funeral
of the wife of his brother. L. E.
(Mike) Cantlllon. Joe, accompanied
by his brothers, Thomas and Mike,
returned to lllckmnn aud were mak
ing arrangements to go to the l-ake
Monday, when they received a tele
gram that their mother was danger
ously III nt her home In Milwaukee.
They left Immediately for the bedside
of the mother, who died Tuesday.
Joe Cantlllon aud his sister nre ex
pected to return hen In n fowdnys.
Hol's wore wiunu .. u j tf
leu dollar murk ui u..
imirkuf Vl.in.lnv .....
lug higher. We Uav. t ua . (.. .
suuh things and t tj . j, i. .
site our nvrvwt.
Mr. and Mrs UK, . , ,
lalneU Misses Ai.i.a u j j i ,
nllfl Ylna II 'I' - . ..
Davis at an ek-MR' t ,k ,
tier Monday ewu,ig 'iL. L
was served In four , :
uy a ueoistt.' n. ': k - i
senate Monday paas, j
suffrage tetHtoi bin w ,j ,
mended form prui.us .
who own taxsbb pi , l.
lor souoei irun, .. j c .; ,
Arucitt ot iiKi'ii j i.
In the con my i .-t k s i : .
by the Star Tel. i,Li i - .. "
Wlngo. Th linen u - u i
Wesson, J. M. Walk - l j , i I
The onpltAl atiMk i-i ' i J l I
divided Into Iibi , I . j
A. A. Fnrlt ami I J 1 . ji
-a at... f . .. I t . H
lit Ilin liUKH I11II11II E j ft i m
Ferd lias the di-t i . ! - .
only fired one she' ii. , -
und Hits was ut a.jr t i
missed. Now liv I, a i. J -
I-ike to shoot ilmk I -
the law praers a I - i -Iter
that may be ki:i J
Mrs. 1'iircy J"
large number ut i1 ; w ' -
tables nnd tlx gn,' ... i ' .
Chocolate tokens w t Ju
... . ... 1.a r 4 rf . f
(lie gniiius. nriM iniu u , - -
course, cream and m k : j
choose straws w. r. t J
fi unfa uiirti- .Mima
ry, K. K. Itseves ( I V. k " J 1
Soxton. 1 A. Sloe J 1---
. i . i. i.
lieury nniiRvr, j " "
Wilson, O. Ilertw.iK i i ' -rant.
John Gardner cf 11- 11
llnn.n.. I A ThoILt1' I f I'
thor. Fannie 8hw M---'
11. HalUer. C. F IU- Ii 1 '
sou, J. O. Stilbl.ii ' "
I). II. WIUoii. W - 1
Gabby, T. A. Ledf-t,! ' ' - -
J. T. Stephens, r M I
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iiruvin, ii. iiuriiBii"
or. F. K. Case F M i
Mario llrevard, Ir i I 't Jt
P as long ns you can, but when you do gel ill
I Get Well
as soon ns you can. To do this requires the servic
es of the best doctor and the best prcscriptionisl.
Disease has all the advantages no matter who the
doctor is if his prescriptions arc improperly filled or
if the drugs used have lost part of their curative
power. You need our kind of ervice to get the
best results from your doctor's prescriptions. Sick
ness is too dnngerous to take chances bring vour
Hickman Drag Company
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